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World Bank VP for Latin America and the Caribbean pledges financial...

Axel van Trotsenburg, an economist and development expert with over 30 years of experience at the World Bank Group who was appointed Vice President...

CSS student is Nevis’ new Youth Junior Minister of Tourism

Brianne Chapman a student of the Charlestown Secondary School (CSS) is the new Youth Junior Minister of Tourism on Nevis. She won the title...

Harris in Washington, D.C. for a two-day conference

Prime Minister Timothy Harris will be in Washington, D.C. today (May 23) and tomorrow (May 24) for a conference at the World Bank Headquarters....

Range Developments sponsoring new award for nurses

Range Developments, a property developer in the Caribbean, is sponsoring a new award for nursing personnel who have demonstrated excellence in service. The Range Nursing...

Church service jump-starts activities to mark Development Bank’s 38th anniversary

Members of the Board of Directors, Management, and Staff of the Development Bank of St. Kitts and Nevis attended a worship service at the...

Service weapon recovered

A service weapon which was temporarily lost during an operation is now back in Police custody. On May 17, Officers from the Charlestown Station, while...

4,000 people to receive PAP benefits this month

Approximately four thousand (4,000) residents will receive their benefits on May 31 under the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis’ Poverty Alleviation Programme (PAP). This...

Digital Transformation Survey now open online

transformation strategy aimed at making government more efficient when doing business with the public, private sector and the diaspora is expected to be launched...

Edwards convicted, fined for multiple offences

Charles Edwards also known as “Chase Ergen” of Colorado was convicted and fined for multiple offences on May 20, 2019. Edwards was convicted and cautioned...

Water taxi operator pleased with new facility

For one of the longest serving water taxi operators on Nevis, the new water taxi pier at Oualie Bay is a welcome facility. Capt. Wincent...

Harris extends condolences on passing of Ron Fish

  Prime Minister Timothy Harris extends his heartfelt condolences, and those of the Government and people of St. Kitts and Nevis, to the family and...

Stabbing incident being investigated

The police are currently investigating a Wounding with Intent incident that occurred in Basseterre on May 17, 2019. Police responded to a report of a...

Cannabis tycoon departs St Kitts leaving $300k in bail and a...

By Kenichi Serino Alkivaides ‘Alki’ David, whose arrival on St. Kitts with 550 cannabis plants, seeds and products on May 7 on a private plane...

Government changes policy on citizenship by marriage

On Thursday (May 16), Prime Minister Timothy Harris clarified any misperception as it relates to his Cabinet’s recent policy shift regarding the number of...

Police investigating armed robbery

The Police are investigating an armed robbery that took place outside of a supermarket on Wellington Road on May 16, 2019. Investigations so far have...

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Culture change’ needed with Freedom of Information: AG

By Kenichi Serino In an exclusive interview with The Observer, Attorney General Vincent Byron said that “deep cultural change” amongst all public servants was needed...

NIA introducing fund to help people start small businesses

In an effort to achieve the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) plans to introduce a multi-million dollar revolving fund...

Hamilton doing community walk-throughs

Eugene Hamilton, Area Parliamentary Representative for St. Christopher Eight, who is also the Minister of Agriculture, Health, National Insurance, Human Settlements, Community Development, Gender...

ILO meeting of Caribbean Ministers of Labour now underway in Barbados

The 11th International Labour Organization (ILO) Meeting of Caribbean Ministers of Labour officially started this week in Barbados under the theme ‘Shaping a brighter...

Harris visits Government Printery

Prime Minister Timothy Harris visited the Government Printery at its temporary location at the Koi Building, R.L. Bradshaw International Airport, on Tuesday afternoon, May...

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